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a river that rises in France and flows northeast across Belgium and empties into the North Sea

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Two containers ships, Express Suez and CMA CGM Tancredi sailed out to sea on Monday morning, while three more ships GH Chinook, Paros Sea and Jbu Schelde are expected to sail on same day afternoon.
Caption: The Netherlands' Damen Schelde shipbuilder successful Enforcer LPD family has been adopted by three nations, including UK, Spain and Netherlands.
Built by Damen Schelde Naval Shipbuilding of the Netherlands and commissioned in December 2011, the frigate will extend the navy's patrol capabilities, enabling operations at longer ranges and also give it the ability to support Nato operations.
? Troon PA maintained their 100 per cent record in the men's Schelde Sports Scottish Volleyball League as they ran out 25-18 25-17 20-25 13-25 16-14 winners over South Ayrshire.
Berit Schelde scored her 1,000th career point for the Pioneers (12-8, 9-6) and finished with 17 points.
He compared the potential impact of a Severn Barrage with the Eastern Schelde storm surge barrier near Rotterdam in The Netherlands, which he said was broadly similar to the environment of the Severn.
Four days after John Barrett's heroic actions, and about 15 miles to the north, Private Henry Tandey, of the 5th Battalion The Duke of Wellington's Regiment, was to win his VC for the part he played in the crossing of the Schelde Canal at Marcoing.
Schelde North America's new Spring Assisted Mechanism (SAM) portable backstop is the latest and greatest from the industry leader.
Prime Contractor is Schelde Naval Shipbuilding who will build the vessels.
Summary: Dutch shipbuilder Schelde Shipbuilding has agreed to build three SIGMA-class corvettes for the Moroccan navy
According to legend, she crossed the river Schelde (southwest of Antwerp) on the back of a giant fish in order to get to the pagan town.
The city on the Schelde was a prosperous commercial and publishing center.
From the 1950s to the 1980s, major dams were constructed to hem in hundreds of miles of the country's vulnerable coastline, knit together with earthen embankments and massive sluice gates over the delta stretching across the mouths of the Rhine, Maas, Waal, and Schelde Rivers, which all drain into the North Sea.
The port also decided to improve inland shipping on the River Schelde, where congestion at times forced ships to wait for nearly 20 hours to dock last year.
When colonial ties broke with major African origins, when the Belgium coffee retail market began to decline, when coffee trading began its long slow slip into the doldrums--then the coffee city on the Schelde fell under a spell of sad slumber.